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FOX News
Feb 11, 2013 10:00am PST
pressure. greg palkot is outside london with the latest. >> reporter: it was a big surprise to a lot of people. pope benedict xvi saying he will step down on february 28th, less than eight years into the papacy and he went on to say that specifically his strength was deteriorating in the last few months and that's why he made the decision. according to the vatican today, this sets up a conclave of cardinals and elections for a new pope by mid march and the vatican saying we should see a new pope by easter sunday, march 31st. and benedict will not take part in that conclave and has to be said conclaves usually happen when poapst die and the last time a pope resigned was the year 1415. and pope benedict says that poapst should step down when they don't feel up to it. we saw john paul ii suffered through the last years of his papacy and maybe he wanted to avoid that. a former german cardinal joseph ratzinger was conservative faith and modern issues, relations between catholics and jews and muslims, and especially the widespread charges against members of his catholic church and child ab
FOX News
Feb 12, 2013 10:00am PST
. fox's greg palkot is live in london with more, hi, greg. >> reporter: that's right, the reaction to this north korean blast have been fast. and security council has been condemning it for what it's worth. u.n. nuclear officials tell me that the test conducted on the site in the remote northeast corner of the country was twice as powerful as the last one in 2009, based on their seismic measurement. while still waiting for more intelligence, they also say that in fact, the exact nature of the blast still needs to be found out. and do not dispute the north korean claim it's more contact and better engineered and all this, gets pyongyang nearer to a nuclear warhead and inter-continental ballistic missile and called it successful long range missile in december and that put it, beginning to put it in range of the united states. one expert told me it showed that north korea wants to tie together its missiles and nuclear program. what is significant politically, this is the first nuclear test of the young new leader of north korea, kim jong un of his reign and the timing is crucial, days
FOX News
Feb 19, 2013 10:00am PST
was visiting a london home for addiction, and the prince or princess is due in july. and i don't want to show you the comparison between her belly and line, becaumine becau about the same length along. it's not good for me. well, new details after fascinating medical case involving a woman who says she has had the same song stuck in her head for three years. and i cannot imagine. we've had it happen, but three years. >> right, three years, they call these things ear worms because they tunnel inside your brain and just kind of stay there and they won't let go. this woman over here is 63-year-old susan roots and her ear worm is the 1950's patty page classic "how much is that doggy in the window"en the official term is contintini like having a radio in your head for it to go away. and normally when you get those it's a song from your childhood and in fact her favorite song when she was a child, anybody else here, was how much was that doggy in the window and she says she's tried everything to get rid of it. even a hearing aid implanted in her head and it didn't help and doctors say they're baffl
FOX News
Feb 15, 2013 10:00am PST
palkot with the latest in london. >> reporter: megyn, we've been monitoring all day the spectacular amateur video coming in from that russian city. and that meteor slammed into it. it happened in the city about a thousand miles to the east of moscow, and as you noted it happened just after nine o'clock in the morning local time that's why a lot of people saw it and recorded it. a russian scientists says the meteor was about 20 feet side. about the size of a small bus and hit the atmosphere at hyper sonic speed. now, people saw the streaking meteor across the sky and a bright flash and a blast, and exploding into a fireball and three minutes later they heard an explosion, a sonic boom and that's what did the damage, what broke the windows, caved in roofs and damage to other building, again about a thousand hurt and a hundred hospitalized and some 20,000 rescue workers fanned out to see if anybody else was in trouble. and three impact sites for the immediator, now a meteorite. this is rather and unusual and spectacular and most burn up in the atmosphere when he they come down and some
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